Spin the dial, think outside the box, the world is your oyster.
India, the Palace on Wheels and the  Elephanta Caves to start.,  The  mysteries of this land of contrasts.  The sights and smells are so symbolic.  Tour the soaring temples, experience the Taj Mahal at sunset and sunrise. Revel in the  luxurious atmosphere of hotels in the heartland of northern India while visiting a town where weaving is still a living art.  
American Cruise Line, Smooth waters, southern charm, rich history, a kaleidoscope of color from the American Revolution to the bays of Alaska, they have the cruise for you. Growing so popular over the past few years when international travel was not as popular, these cruises sell out quickly now.   Fewer than 200 guests on each boat makes this like a private club.  
You begin with your complimentary pre-cruise hotel stay, boarding the boat the next day.  A variety of excursions as unique as the cruises themselves.  Fabulous food with plenty of locally grown ingredients.  Complimentary beer and wine at lunch and dinner, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages available 24 hours a day in the lounges.
       From Jazz to historic moments to blues, these cruises don't disappoint.


Santorini, Mykonos, Crete are in a few of the dreams of almost everyone and what a way to see them -  pulling into the Harbor of any is stunning. For 2023 the beautify will still be there and hopefully not as crowded as all of Europe was this past year.  If you want to get out of Dodge, try fitting this into your schedule.  You won't regret it.  
Speaking of Dodge, have you ever watched a westen movies and thought now that is a way of life that I could do for a week .... and these Dude ranches are wonderful, out side of the towns, fantastic everything.  Suggest 7D just on the outskirts of Cody WY, so you can enjoy the riding, the food and the Whitney Museum, Buffalo Bill Museum and 3 others, have the best hamburgers in the west and you will be a different person.  Don't bring your attitude there, bring home the right attitude.  
As you start to plan any vacation here are a few suggestions:
City or Country - or a little of each, so easy to put modulars together for you.
Driving?  Can you practice on a manual transmission here in the states (not easy to find) but so much cheaper than renting an automatic car in Europe.  Second to that is taking the train and picking up a car rental at your destinations, again the modular approach.   
Tours, Tours, Tours, they are not all the same - some of the small ones 10 persons are so wonderful and they take the pressure off reading that map, where to spend the night and you may make a few friends.  We can pick wisely for you,